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    Article Auburn wrap-up: Bama delivers mortal wounds to AUís program

    Auburn wrap-up: Bama delivers mortal wounds to AUís program
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    November 25th, 2012 02:03 AM

    By Jess Nicholas, TideFans.com Editor-In-Chief Nov. 25, 2012   This weekly feature is supposed to be a game analysis told from the Alabama perspective Ė what the Crimson Tide did right, what it did wrong, and what it might do differently going forward.   But there’s nothing really to analyze here, from an Alabama perspective. [...]

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    Re: Auburn wrap-up: Bama delivers mortal wounds to AUís program

    Cold, yet delicious. Like a plate of kumumoto oysters.

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    Re: Auburn wrap-up: Bama delivers mortal wounds to AUís program

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Bourbon View Post
    Cold, yet delicious. Like a plate of kumumoto oysters.

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    Re: Auburn wrap-up: Bama delivers mortal wounds to AUís program

    I lost interest in the game when we got up 21-0. I love to beat Auburn as much as anyone else but i just started thinking about injuries at that point. The tigers didn't want to be there. Almost that whole team had given up on each other and the staff.

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    Re: Auburn wrap-up: Bama delivers mortal wounds to AUís program

    Outstanding read Jess, succinct and to the real bottom line. au is at a major cross roads and unless they jettison the old guard hanger ons they will never be more than they currently are.
    "My momma always said you got to put the past behind you before you can move on." Forrest Gump

    "The past is never dead. It's not even past." William Faulkner

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    Re: Auburn wrap-up: Bama delivers mortal wounds to AUís program

    That puts that puppy to bed.
    ďWhat happened yesterday is history. What happens tomorrow is a mystery. What we do today makes a difference - the precious present moment.Ē
    Coach Nick Saban.

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    Auburn wrap-up: Bama delivers mortal wounds to AUís program

    This helps us going forward. Losing Bell is costly, so was White and so was Hart on and on. It's next man up and keep it rolling. Look for that A+ game this week in all outfits from Bama! Roll Tide! Good again Jess!

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    Re: Auburn wrap-up: Bama delivers mortal wounds to AUís program

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    Re: Auburn wrap-up: Bama delivers mortal wounds to AUís program

    As if 49-Zip wasn't bad enough, we added insult to injury by playing our bench beginning
    in the 2nd quarter.
    The defeat would have been epic if we had continued to play our starters;
    instead they got much needed rest.
    The whole game I kept thinking it was like playing Western Carolina twice.
    Difference was that W.C. wasn't as easy...
    (I kept waiting for Trooper to 'Throw The White Towel In'...)

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    Auburn wrap-up: Bama delivers mortal wounds to AUís program

    Great read as usual. A few have said they actually feel sorry for auburn. Not me. Karma reigns supreme.

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    Re: Auburn wrap-up: Bama delivers mortal wounds to AUís program

    Quote Originally Posted by EscaTider View Post
    Great read as usual. A few have said they actually feel sorry for auburn. Not me. Karma reigns supreme.
    Anyone that feels bad for Auburn wasn't at the last game in Tuscaloosa. From the Lutzy dance to the superman Cam pose to the Fairley mouth wide open face to their band playing Rammer Jammer as we left the stadium. I will never forget their blatant lack of class, every one of them. Nope don't feel ONE BIT bad for Auburn. Still smiling about it all.

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    Re: Auburn wrap-up: Bama delivers mortal wounds to AUís program

    Quote Originally Posted by marcusroby View Post
    I lost interest in the game when we got up 21-0. I love to beat Auburn as much as anyone else but i just started thinking about injuries at that point. The tigers didn't want to be there. Almost that whole team had given up on each other and the staff.
    Not me. Every time we scored, I yelled to my aubie SIL (who got up and left the room after our first score) "Touchdown, Alabama!!"

    Really though, I don't feel sorry for them in the least. What goes around comes around, and the barners have brought every bit of this on themselves. Leave them to be hoist by their own petard, so to speak.
    If the shoe were on the other foot, they'd be rolling their trees and laughing at us till the cows come home.
    They are the lowest, no-class excuses for human beings in the state and they deserve every bit of misery that's coming their way.
    "Open up wide, aubies. Here comes some more! " RTR!

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